October 4, 2006

Tasting Tully's French Roast K-Cups for Keurig

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On our recent visit to Keurig, several of the team members turned us back onto the new Tully's French Roast K-cups for your Keurig single serve coffee maker. We reviewed the Tully's French Roast coffee when it was in pre-release, and didn't get to have more than a few cups.

We can say now, after getting two packs of the K-Cups - they're still excellent. The Tully's French roast has a very smokey and interesting flavor and perhaps one of the best tasting french roast coffee's we've had in K-Cup form. The roast produces an almost chocolate like flavor, and when milk and sugar are added, it really lives up to anything you'd get at Starbuck's for a darker roast.

Since we don't have Tully's coffee stores here in the Northeast, we're all dying to try the Tully's French Roast right from a Tully's store, but for now will have to settle for drinking it at home with our new Keurig B70.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 4, 2006 6:49 AM
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